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Live worksheets > English > English as a Second Language (ESL) > Questions > Three types of questions

Three types of questions
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Language: English
School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Grade/level: A1
Age: 10-12
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jowo123  5/22/2021  
The "correct" answers to the questions are wrong or rather subjective. For example, "Mike made friends with a robot. (a dragon)" Some solutions to this are: 1) "Does Mike make friends with a robot or a dragon?" 2) "Does Mike befriend a robot or a dragon?" 3) Who does Mike befriend, a robot or a dragon?" These solutions are marked wrong on this website when they should not be.
jowo123  5/22/2021  
The "correct" answers to the questions are wrong or rather subjective. For example, "Mike made friends with a robot. (a dragon)" Some solutions to this are: 1) "Does Mike make friends with a robot or a dragon?" 2) "Does Mike befriend a robot or a dragon?" 3) Who does Mike befriend, a robot or a dragon?" These solutions are marked wrong on this website when they should not be.
jowo123  5/22/2021  
The "correct" answers to the questions are wrong or rather subjective. For example, "Mike made friends with a robot. (a dragon)" Some solutions to this are: 1) "Does Mike make friends with a robot or a dragon?" 2) "Does Mike befriend a robot or a dragon?" 3) Who does Mike befriend, a robot or a dragon?" These solutions are marked wrong on this website when they should not be.
jowo123  5/22/2021  
The "correct" answers to the questions are wrong or rather subjective. For example, "Mike made friends with a robot. (a dragon)" Some solutions to this are: 1) "Does Mike make friends with a robot or a dragon?" 2) "Does Mike befriend a robot or a dragon?" 3) Who does Mike befriend, a robot or a dragon?" These solutions are marked wrong on this website when they should not be.




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